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TOMB MOLD Plays Psycho Las Vegas And West Coast Shows This Week

TOMB MOLD While their recently issued third LP Planetary Clairvoyance continues to reap praise from fans and media alike, Toronto death metal act TOMB MOLD this week traverses the continent to perform several West Coast tour dates, including the massive Psycho Las Vegas gathering.

TOMB MOLD accelerates unhinged toward infinite resurrection on Planetary Clairvoyance. Already being heralded as one of the most critically acclaimed death metal releases of the year, Planetary Clairvoyance delivers the explosive weight of a collapsing black hole. As with their acclaimed Manor Of Infinite Forms LP, Planetary Clairvoyance was tracked by Sean Pearson at Box Car Studios in Toronto and then mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Volahn, Scorched). The amalgamation of the huge sound of the prior album and the gritty particle chaos of their Primordial Malignity debut come into boundless unity on Planetary Clairvoyance. The record is completed with cover art by Jesse Jacobi with additional artwork by Lucas Korte.

Following as performance at Maryland Deathfest, a North American tour with labelmates Superstition, and more TOMB MOLD returns to the road this week to play at the massive Psycho Las Vegas with The Original Misfits, High On Fire, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bad Religion, Carcass, Old Man Gloom, and many others. The show is followed by shows in Oakland, San Diego, and Los Angeles into early next week. Watch for additional tour dates to be announced.

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    August 19, 2019

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